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CALIFORNIA CANNED FRUIT
The most favored country In the United Stnlcs In growing
fniit, U Ciilifornin. Us valleys produce tlie most tleliqions vurl
lies, mikI tlie choicest product ol the most fnvoml localities is
Withered and packed for our store under our "1'idclily" unit
"Creniede I.nxe" labels.
The I'idiliiy represents the highest standard or extra qual
ity of niediiun si?e, perfect fruit, in heavy syrup.
The Creme de I.ue covers the dessert grade of cxtia large
fruit, pirliculiaily adapted for export, being firm fruit that will
arrive whole in hest condition.
Trices on lioth grades are quoted in our price list.
We piv particular alentiou to uniformity nnd selecting the
rnest lUvn'ieit fruit to he had, as there is a v.ist difference be
tween the fruit ordiirerent localities.
Our experience of twenty years In shipping to individual
consumers is at your service.
SMITH'S CASH STORE,
Nos. 25-37 Market Street, San 1'rancisco, California, U. S. A.
Enterprise Planing Mill Company.
C.I'.O. MUMISY, Mgr. I'lio.ST Sr., In rear of Hllo Mercantile Go's Ilullding
J'laulug, Moulding, Scroll Work and all kinds of Turned Work, Window frames, etc
WATI'.U TAN-S A Sl'KClAI.TY. Household and all kinds of l'urniture,
Store 1'itlings, Counters, etc., made to order. Cross-cut Saws re-toothed nnd
made as good as new, at easy rales.
Srintinlnclnrcr 01 School Seats, Church Tews, nud Itcdwood Gullets, nil aires
COLD in the head.
Sure signs of Grip.
25 cents a hx.
J. E. ROCHA-
HAS KSTAIJLISIIF.D A STANDARD for
High-Class Tailoring that will stand the
test. He knows how to cut; he knows how
to make tip, and where and what piece goods
to buy. His shop is on
NO 15LOCK PATTURNS
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail SS. Go.
Stenuicrs of the nhove line running in connection with the Canadian Pacific Rail
way Company, II. C, and Sydney, N. S. W., and calling at Victoria, U. C, Honolulu,
and Ilribh.iue, X. 7. ; arc duo at Honolulu on or about the dales below
From Vnacouvcr and Victoria B.C. . From Sydney, Brisbane (Q).
for llrisbaue, Q., and Sydney: I lfor Victoria and Vancouver, II. C:
iMOAXA FIJIi. 15I MIOWKUA l'HH. u
MIOW1CKA MARCH 15 AORANOl -MARCH ia
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MIOWKRA MAY 7
The unguificcnt new service, the "Imperial Limited," is now running daily
HKTU'HKN VANCOUVER AND MONTREAL, making the run iu 100 hours,
without change. The finest railway service in the world.
Through tickets issued from Honolulu to Caunda, United States nnd Europe
For freight and passage, and all general information, apply to
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd., GerTI Agts.
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AND TRANSPORTATION CO.
LKAD IN THESE LINES because the best goods
are sold for tlie least money.
Wo make to order -all wood
work of Gears boiled in lin
seed oil the best Hacks, Bug
gies, Road Wagons, Drays,
nnd Freight Wagons.
We arc agents for Mudebaker
Wagons and Carriages on
We supply plantations with
harness by wholesale
cheaper than can be bought
on the Coast. Big Stock of
ready made harness on hand.
Our ninde-to.onlcr harness
is the most serviceable har
ness 011 the market.
VOLCANO STABLES anil
ceo. s. Mckenzie, Mnnngor
PAINS all over.
arc a specific
Blacksinitliing and Carriage
Our horseshocr carries a dip.
loma from the best Veter
Carriages and Vehicles re
paired; best material and
Our I'aint Shop
Is under the supervision of
a man whoso reputation is
not excelled nn the Coast.
LIVERY, DRAYINO AND
TEAMING TO ALL PARTS
OF THE ISLAND.
Cools tlie Blood
Hot weather takes tlitl llfo out of
everybody. You beeoniu languid, de
bilitated, nervous, depressed. You
loso your npputito nnd you have. Indi
gestion, Your blood becomes Impure,
your head aches, your nerves uro weak,
nnd you are tired nit tho tlnio. You
want soniothlug to purify your blood
nud mako it cool nnd fioalthy.
Mr. (Ilorannl D'Ncsl, of IVtrkaldo, South
Auatrall.1, tells you lion- tlilmuay boiluno. Ho
end) 111 Iiotoj;iaplialo.
" In tills warm anil debilitating cllmato I
bollevo nearly every 0110 needs n Kod tonlo.
For 11 number of years 1 have, relied on Ayer's
Harsaparilla, t van strongly testify to Its
curathu jiower In ronllng tlio Mood In liot
weatlier nnd In toning uji tlio whole njntciu.
It Is u wonderful medicine."
There aro many Imitation " Rirsaparlllas."
llo sure jou pet Ayer's.
Ayer's Tills aro I.lver rills. They curn con
stipation, lilllousness, sick hcadaulio, nausea,
and nil liver troubles.
Prcptred by Dr. 1. C. A jer 4 Co., Uwttl, Mm., U.SjI
DK.VIM.OUK IX SIGHT.
Hoth lnrtlcs Hold Conferences
Consider tlio Situation.
Washington, April 22. The sit
uation in Congress relative to Cu
ban relief is full of perplexities to
the Republican leaders, and skillful
manipulating will have to be done
to avoid dragging the whole ques
tion of tariff revision into the agita
tion. There are two classes of Re
publicans nmong those who voted
with the Democrats to administer
the recent humiliating rebuke to
the House leaders. One class hon
estly desires tariff reduction, and
voted for removing the differential
on refined sugar because it was a
step iu that direction. The other
class wants no tariff tinkering, ami
voted to impose an obnoxious
amendment on the Cuban bill in
order to defeat the whole project.
Now the question comes up iu the
Senate, Shall the amendment re
moving the differential on refined
sugar be lopped off and the Cuban
relief measure be passed ?
The immediate result of the
House's action, it is believed by
more than one well-informed Sena
tor on the Republican side, will be
disappointment to the Cubans.
The House cannot well recede from
its position as to the differential on
refined sugar and the Senate is not
likely to agree to such action. If
the House put on the differential
amendment in order to prevent the
Senate frcm increasing the reduc
tion of the tariff in favor of Cuba it
was a shrewd and probably suc
cessful ruse. But if it was expected
that the Senate would agree to lake
oflfthe protection to the sugar trust
it is liable to be disappointed. The
result is that Cuba will go without
the plum that seemed within her
l'cneo Humni'H Pnnnntiire.
London, April 21. In the House
of Commons todny Sir Michael
Hicks-Beach, the Chancellor of the
Exchequer, iu the course of a
speech defending the budget pro
posals, said nothing could be more
1 premature than the rumors iu the
press regarding the peace negotia
tions iu South Africa. The income
tax resolution was adopted by a
vole of 290 to 61.
A woman who has had exper
ience with this disease, tells how to
prevent any dangerous conse
quences from it. She says: Our
three children took whooping
cough last summer, our baby boy
being only three months old, nnd
owing to our giving them Cham-
berlain's Cough Remedy, they lost ' Club has issued a manifesto, signed
none of their plumpness and came I by Lord Welby, vigorously protest
out iu much better health than ' ing against the imposition of the
other children who.se parents did I com ditties The manifesto sets
not use this remedy. Our oldest ' forth that such imposition would
little girl would call lustily fur luaitiuirate a uolicv of nrotection
cough syrup between whoops.
J itssnc Pinkkv Hai.i., Sprlugville, '
Ala., U. S. A. This remedy is for I
sale by the Hilo Drug Co,
1'fcKiM heady vOii vudlTjiLi:
HunnU l'nlrol the Wnll lit Vicinity
of tho American (Junrtcrs.
Peking, April 22. In spite of
the fact that, in order to allay the
uneasiness of the masses, Chinese
officials have been urging the im
mediate return of the Dowager Ktn
press to the palace, she has decided,
according to tonight's Gazette, to
remain at the Hunting Park five
miles from Peking, for one week.
Rumors of some political coup,
pessibly the deposition of the Do
wager Empress, arc rife. They
arc aparently as baseless ns the
other recent canards.
The foreign legations here con
tinue their usual precautionary
measures. At the American Lega
tion a squad of soldiers patrol the
wall every night.
Hongkong, April 22. Chinese
officials yesterday raided a house at
Canton and captured six men, who
were known to have been sent to
Canton for the purpose of spreading
the rebel propaganda and for the
purchase of arms and supplies.
The prisoners carried orders from
Kwok, the relel leader, command
ing the assassination of the Man
chu officials of Canton. Eive hun
dred armed braves left Canton
yesterday for Wit Chow.
Hackfeld to Ucrmany.
J. F. Hackfeld left on the Ala
meda for his home iu Bremen.
For the past five mouths he has
simply been on a visit to Honolulu,
and during his residence has been
acting as Imperial German consul
and also as the representative of
the Russian government. He has
concluded his business here and
now proposes to return to his home
Mr. Hackfeld will make brief
visits iu San Francjseo and New
York before sailing on the Atlantic
for home. He will resign his con
sular positions and, pending the
appointment of successors, Alex
ander Jsenberg of the firm of H.
Hackfeld & Company, will bo act
ing consul for both Germany and
It is Mr. Hackfcld's intention to
return here at some future date on
a visit, but the exact time he is un
able to state, as his business inter
ests in Germany will require his
attention for some years.
l'liciimntlc Horse Collars.
The St. I.ouis Car Company, Co
lumbus Brewing Company, Faust
& Sons, the St. Louis Transfer
Company, the Boehmer Coal Com
pany and others are begining the
use of pneumatic horse collars, and
find them much superior to the
In the first place, the "pneuma
tic" weighs only one half as much
as a "stuffed" collar; again, the
improved collar presents to the sur
face of the horse an even and yield
ing pressure, with marked flexibility
Not only is it a preventive of sore
shoulders, but admits of the animnl
moving the load with much greater
ease than with a hard collar. The
Humane Society, as well as the
merciful owner, indorse this collar
as one of the greatest improvements
to the proper equipment of teams
that has been made iu years. St.
Arizona's Governor (ults.
Phoenix (A. T.), April 22. In
his paper, the Arizona Republican,
today Governor Nathan Oakes
Murphy makes what is tantamount
to an announcement of his imme
diate resignation. In his statement
he declares that, in face of the bit
ter, scandalous and cowardly at
tacks from his enemies, he has
postponed from time to time the
action which he is now about to
take, but that he has long desired
to retire from public life and to at
tend to his personal interests.
Protest or tlie Cuhdoii UI11I1.
London, April 2t. The Cobdcn
and undo the great work of Peel
and Gladstone. It urges that the
proposals be conteste.l nt every
m:s aiiM.io.v TO SOUTH.
I'tHUl llolnir Itiilsnl rrlMtiriifloii nr
Hoth Xpjsro anil Ulillp.
Philadelphia, April 21. It was
announced here today that John I).
Rockefeller, by a gift of $1,000,000,
had given the first large stun to
nhat is intended to be the greatest
movement for education in the
South that section has ever known.
The gift is made to the executive
committee of 'the Southern Educa
tional Conference, which meets to
day at Athens, Ga.
Rockefeller's gift is
not alone for negro educi
equally lor the education of black
and white. It is to go into a fund
which is expected to reach many
millions and is to be used for the
practical regeneration of the whole
Southern educational system. The
move has already begun its work
by giving substantial aid to many
important schools in the South.
Hawaii's (Jri-at XppiI. I
L. A. Thurston iu an interview,
in the Washington Star says:
"Since annexation there has been '
an enormous development of the'
resources of the Islands. There
have been new enterprises, such as '
railroads and street railways, found
ries and machine shops, an expan
sion of old sugar plantations and
the establishment of new ones, in
volving altogether an expenditure
of more than S40.ooo.ooo. This
has all been done since 189S.
"A large amount of the capital 1
has come from the United Slates,
although the bulk of it has been
invested by and through local resi
dents of the islands.
"The chief need of Hawaii today,
as in any undeveloped country, is
capital, as the opportunities of
profitable development arc greater
than the available capital. The
rapid development indicated has
been a severe strain on the com
munity, as the people were trying
to do more business than the capi
tal available justified. This has
resulted in a tight money market,
but with scarcely any failures ow
"The financial situation is im
proving, however, as most of the
new enterprises have reached a pro
ducing stage and are now making
returns. If it were not for the
piescnt abnormal low price of sugar
the Islands would be in an exceed
ingly prosperous condition. As it
is they are holding their own.
Union Cigar Stand
1'ORKIC.N AND DOMESTIC
TOBACCOS AND CIKAUS
Be "KL MKR1TO"
IOC "IU. l'AI.KNCIA"
IOC "HOIIKMIAN CMJII"
S. C. SHAW - Proprioto
Wnianneniie Street, II1I0
V. A. RAY
SVoa Osaoj Commission and Financial jfyens
TTfarinc and &rc insurance, 7otary !Pubtic
COTvLKCTIQNS A SPKCIALTY
BISHOP & CO.
HONOMJI.TJ - - OAIIO. II. I.
Tronsnct n General Hanking nml Hx
Conitiicicinl nnd Traveller's Letters of
Credit issued, nvailahle in nil the principal
cities of the world.
Special attention given to the hir.incss
entrusted lo ns hy onr nieiiils of the other
slantls, either as Deposits, Collections,
Insurance or requests lor IixchaiiKe.
- Wery & Carter
Ustirnntcs given on nil work for the
coiisintetion of Piers, Almtincnls,
Culverts, Siilewalks. Most experi
enced firm in masonry on this Is
land. Hieelion of Stone and Jlrick
IliiihliiiKs and all work of the like
Itoilcr Work a Specialty
I'. O. Ilox ijj
.0 MABKET CO.,
Telephone No. 39.
BRinr.u St. - II11.0, II. I
Pacific Meat Markei
Choice Cuts of
POULTRY of all Kinds
FRESH ISLAND BUTTER
o.FRONTAND CHURCH STS.
If yon appreciate a good
meal nicely prepared call
and see me.
Meals 35c Up
C. SHIMAMOTO, Prop.
Lato Suppors from 8 p. m.
to I a. m.
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